[Gucci hoop earrings, Black cashmere scarf]
I am not the one to kiss and tell, I treat everything like a vault. When it’s bought I own it, when a friend tells me a secret it’s forgotten and when I work it’s public.
I acknowlege my personal situations either because of the un-spoken rule in Hollywood that crisis calls for statement or someone of special interest speaks in a very unflattering/un-called for manner in a very public way- “I know a secret and now you will know too.”
Very recently E! network did a fabulous “Where are they now” special with the content being ABC’s The Bachelor and past Bachelorettes. In the docu type program, E! interviews all past rose givers about their present lives, but for some odd reason my ex-fiance decided to veer off track and speak on his past and not present.
Matt Grant tells E! that he regrets giving the final rose to myself and I was way too short for him. As I listen to Matt trash me on national television I don’t understand why he’s saying this as if there was bad blood between us. We ended very amicably and I have never answered a question about Matt Grant since we split.
Not the case for my EX. Matt milks his Bachelor experience whenever he can and is always trying to give a shock value type of answer so his name will stay in the press. What I don’t understand is why Matt hasn’t finally confessed that he is gay and the very first Gay Bachelor. Matt, your confession would be more press worthy than trying to ride my coattails. I am happily married so let it go. If only ABC would let him tell the truth about his sexuality, all parties involved would win.